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His House Rehab

239 West 9th Street, Upland, California, 91786
At His & Her Houses we provide many levels of treatment from detox to sober living and ongoing continuing care. Our multi-disciplinary approach is instrumental in educating our clients and their loved ones about the effects of drugs and alcohol on the body, mind, and spirit. Using evidence based modalities, our qualified experienced staff works closely with the addict to develop an accurate and effective treatment plan based on individual needs and goals. For many, addiction and alcoholism are complex problems that not only involve compulsive use of substances, but also interlocks behaviors, feelings and how an individual interacts with loved ones. This results in a lifestyle that is self-defeating and unstable. The best treatment does not stop at freeing our client from chemical use, but it also examines the impact of emotional, behavioral and interpersonal consequences. Our program helps clients find and maintain a lifestyle that is free of dependency. We believe in treating addiction and alcoholism on a holistic level using a multidisciplinary approach. Our facility aims to address all aspects of the diseases of alcoholism and addiction. The diseases have many components such as the physical, mental, biological, emotional, and spiritual. Our goal and purpose is to find the excellence that is within us all and to celebrate it with every part of our heart and soul.

Facility Highlights

  • Homelike Environments
  • Fitness and Yoga
  • Mind, Body and Spirit


  • Dual Diagnosis Treatment Methods

    These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.
  • Solution Focused Therapies

    Focusing on our goals, and choosing a path where everything moves us closer to them, are the principles behind Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT). There are times when going back and reminiscing can do more harm than good. Rather than doing good, recalling the cause of the problem can often cause more anxiety and stress because it perpetuates and even aggravates the problem. Solution focused brief therapy has been used as a method for solving psychological disorders since the 1980s, and it has been proven to help people improve their lives and social interactions.

Facility Settings

  • Private/Secluded

Meet the Staff

  • Susan Jackson, MFT
    Susan Jackson, MFTClinical Director
    Susan Jackson has worked in the field of addiction for 25 years. She received her Bachelors of Science in Behavioral Science and her Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy at the University of La Verne. She began her career working for the City of Chino as a gang interventionist and domestic violence counselor. While at Chino, she began working with substance abusing adolescents and their families. This experience, working with the addictive family system, led to her working at San Antonio Community Hospital on the Chemical Dependency Unit as the family counsel. Susan worked 8 years on the Chemical Dependency unit for Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center and was promoted to Program Manager for the children and adolescent mental health and chemical dependency program for the last 5 years, a total of 13 years at Loma Linda. Recently Susan joined His House and New Creation as the Clinical Director. Working with the addicted family system is her passion. She is the proud mother of five wonderful children and five amazing grandchildren.
  • Glenn Swanson, MBA, CDAC-II
    Glenn Swanson, MBA, CDAC-IIFounder and CEO
    Glenn’s personal journey includes a long hard-fought battle with addiction that cost him his job, his home, and his family. With no place left to go, he landed on the doorstep of a long-term treatment program that saved his life. Almost immediately, doors began to open giving Glenn an opportunity to help fellow addicts. His dedication to helping other people reclaim their lives is driven by a strong connection with God and his belief that no person or situation is hopeless. Glenn believes in the power of God’s Love and has worked as a channel to provide safe and effective treatment, since 1994, for addicts and alcoholics who want to stop the cycle of self-destruction – he and his staff love the clients until they can love themselves. His education in Alcohol and Drug Counseling, his theological studies and his Master’s degree in Business Administration compliment his experience, strength and hope as he continues to follow God’s divine plan.

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  • Healthcare lending available
  • Partial Scholarships available based on need

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Patient Reviews

Overall Ratings
  • 3.9
    Avg. score from 39 reviews
  • 3.9
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  • 4.2
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  • 3.7
    Meals & Nutrition
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I've stayed in the "His House" sober living for three months, but have never stayed in the rehab. Both facilities are owned by the same company, and the person that runs the sober living also works at the rehab. I am making this post to warn anyone thinking about entering either one of these programs that His House, and other related facilities, are shining examples of recovery for profit. These facilities could care less about your recovery, and I would go so far as to say that they look forward to, and promote, people leaving their programs early because they keep the money they are given for the month. Never have I dealt with such an unprofessional, unclean, dignity affronting, and overall terrible program such as this. Some examples of what I am talking about: Being yelled at and scolded like I am a child, being told I must scrub asphalt for pouring coffee on it, being told I should be grateful for a roof over my head when complaining about mold in the walls and ceiling ( I have pictures of the mold, which is very harmful to breath ). One week I washed all my sheets, which does cost money, later that week, one day, the house manger tells me that his dog got feces all stuck in her hair and he had to clean it. I later went upstairs and he had the dog on my bed and was sitting on it playing with the dog. Another time I was in the shower room, naked, when the house manger barged in, I tried to shut the door and tell him that I am naked, and he commanded me to open the door. He said "I've seen a naked body before." These people treat you like dirt, and the environment is not conducive of recovery. If you are willing to pay to have your recovery jeopardized and your dignity affronted, His House facilities are right for you.
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Do not chose His House for rehabilitation, they do not care about you at all. All they care about is the money. I spent 30 days in a house built in 1920. Everything in the house was old (toilets, shower, beds, etc.). Their facilities are run-down, and more importantly. They are also not a Christian facility. All they do is keep you busy with in-house meetings, external AA (or NA) meetings and homework. They don't do much related to rehabilitation. If you care about a loved one and want to get them help, do not send them to His House. Does that sound like an organization that knows what they are doing? Stay away from this company. Their main office is on Pittsburg street in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.
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I went to a sober Living that’s part of His House and what evil people they are. We never had one person come visit us to see how things were. They have zero recovery. They claim they claim Christians. This is a money hungry place that has no regard for people staying sober. I woke one day to 5 men basically strong arming me telling me I have to be out in a week knowing I was court ordered to stay there for 3 more months. Now I was forced to try and find a place with no warning. Now I have no idea what’s going to happen with my court situation. Extremely stressful and they acted like they could give a crap. Never send anyone to this place. This Is by far the worst place I have ever been.
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I normally dont go out of my way to leave reviews but I think that this one is important. So many people who are looking for treatment are overwhelmed with crazy information all over the internet. When I decided to call His House, I was met with a genuine and honest voice. They weren't trying to sell me anything, they even said they'd help me find a program if I wasn't a good fit for theirs. Who does that? A good person does that. That's what His House is, an amazing place of recovery filled with love, support, and good people. Thanks to the whole team there. You guys are really changing this world by helping one person at a time.
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It's tough to think of what I've been through, but landing here at His House's program helped me realize that my past is what helped me build strength to overcome my addiction. Thank you to every member of His House, and even my brothers I was in treatment with. Best wishes to you all!